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It truly blows that something so seemingly silly could be such a cause of discontent. Also, he’s small, so he isn’t exactly the cookie-cutter vision of masculinity.Sometimes you just want to be thrown around in bed by a big, hot stud. You find yourself saying things like, “But he’s really sweet! He likes to brag about his career and how successful he is.On the contrary, British girls have no shame picking kale salad out of their teeth on a date.It just took me a while to realize that this might have nothing to do with etiquette at all, but rather, it might be because American women are more anxious than British women. We love them, we hate them, and sometimes we date them. But even me -- a gal of 5 feet and 4 inches -- has problems. When you’re out in public and people look at you, you wonder if they're thinking that you're a girl with a short boyfriend.
I tried to brush this off—preconceptions are always dangerous when entering any sort of relationship.
Still, when I met my first girlfriend in 2007, a ballerina who had recently moved from San Francisco, I was immediately taken aback by an overarching obsession with status and money.
She had a vision of the man she was going to marry: tall, dark, handsome, and a millionaire.
The Brit eerily reminded me of myself—she ate quickly, washed her food down with beer, and generally wasn't too concerned about how she might look to the outside world, let alone me.
The American, with seemingly impeccable etiquette, ate slowly and cautiously, ensuring the kale salad she was munching on didn't wrap around her big, pearly white teeth.
He had ripped muscles, so he looked like one of those short, heavyweight wrestlers from the movies. Here are 11 very real truths about dating a guy who is shorter than you. Him: “But babe, you look so sexy in high heels.”Me: “I know, but they’re so painful and annoying.”What you’re really thinking is, “F*ck no.